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Table 1 Suicide risk, Demographics, employment, and household features

From: Risk of suicide in households threatened with eviction: the role of banks and social support

  Men
83 (40.5%)
Women
122 (59.9%)
Total
Suicide Risk (levels)a
 No risk 42 (52.5%) 62 (53.9%) 104 (53.3%)
 Low risk 10 (12.5%) 13 (11.3%) 23 (11.8%)
 Moderate risk 17 (21.3%) 16 (13.9%) 33 (16.9%)
 High risk 11 (13.8%) 24 (10.9%) 35 (17.9%)
 Total 80 (100%) 115 (100%) 195 (100%)
Age
 25 to 35 years 29 (34.9%) 29 (23.8%) 58 (28.3%)
 36 to 50 years 36 (43.4%) 68 (55.7%) 104 (50.7%)
 51 to 74 years 18 (21.7%) 25 (20.5%) 43 (21.0%)
 Total 83 (100%) 122 (100%) 205 (100%)
Civil status
 Married 43 (54.4%) 59 (49.2%) 102 (51.3%)
 Unmarried 25 (31.6%) 27 (22.5%) 52 (26.1%)
 Separated/Divorced 11 (13.9%) 28 (23.3%) 39 (19.6%)
 Widowed 0 (0%) 6 (5%) 6 (3.0%)
 Total 79 (100%) 120 (100%) 199 (100%)
Education level
 Primary 42 (50.6%) 61 (50.8%) 103 (50.7%)
 Secondary 37 (44.6%) 42 (35%) 79 (38.9%)
 University 4 (4.8%) 17 (14.2%) 21 (10.3%)
 Total 83 (100%) 120 (100%) 203 (100%)
Employment
 Self-employed 3 (3.7%) 4 (3.5%) 7 (3.6%)
 Permanent contract 4 (4.9%) 13 (11.4%) 17 (8.7%)
 Precarious employment b 6 (7.4%) 21 (18.4%) 27 (13.8%)
 Unemployed 61 (75.3%) 62 (54.4%) 123 (63.1%)
 Retired/invalidity pension 6 (7.4%) 58 (2.6%) 64 (32.8%)
 Homemaker 1 (1.2%) 11 (9.6%) 12 (6.2%)
 Total 81 (100%) 114 (100%) 195 (100%)
Occupational social classc
 I 6 (7.5%) 5 (4.5%) 11 (5.8%)
 II 33 (41.3%) 28 (25.2%) 61 (31.9%)
 III 25 (31.3%) 36 (32.4%) 61 (31.9%)
 IV 16 (20%) 42 (37.8%) 58 (30.4%)
 Total 80 (100%) 111 (100%) 191 (100%)
Provider
 Yes 47 (57%) 59 (50%) 106 (52.7%)
 No 36 (43%) 59 (50%) 95 (47.3%)
 Total 83 (100%) 118 (100%) 201 (100%)
Household size
  < 2 members 23 (28%) 33 (27.3%) 56 (27.6%)
 3 to 5 members 57 (69.5%) 80 (66.1%) 137 (67.5%)
  > 5 members 2 (2.4%) 8 (6.6%) 10 (4.9%)
 Total 82 (100%) 121 (100%) 203 (100%)
Current monthly income (euros)
  < 500 48 (45.8%) 51 (42.5%) 99 (48.8%)
 501–1000 28 (33.7%) 49 (40.8%) 77 (37.9%)
  > 1000 17 (20.5%) 20 (16.7%) 37 (18.2%)
 Total 83 (100%) 120 (100%) 203 (100%)
Perceived financial strain (monthly)
 Hard 79 (97.5%) 110 (98.2%) 189 (97.9%)
 Easy 2 (2.5%) 2 (1.8%) 4 (2.1%)
 Total 81 (100%%) 112 (100%%) 193 (100%)
Children in the house
 Yes 45 (59.2%) 71 (65.1%) 116 (62.7%)
 No 31 (40.8%) 38 (34.9%) 69 (37.3%)
 Total 76 (100%) 109 (100%) 185 (100%)
Disabled members in the house
 Yes 12 (15%) 25 (21.2%) 37 (18.7%)
 No 68 (85%) 93 (78.8%) 161 (81.3%)
 Total 80 (100%) 118 (100%) 198 (100%)
  1. aMINI International Psychiatric Interview [47]
  2. bPrecarious employment: temporary, insecure and flexible employment
  3. c Domingo-Salvany et al., 2013 [48]